Wildflower Ultimate Mix

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Nature in a box – fill your garden with thousands of flowers with our ‘Ultimate Mix’. Easy to grow mixes of glorious wild flowers to enhance your garden and attact beneficial bees and insects. Simply open the box, scatter the seeds where you want them to grow, cover and wait for a spectacular display! Height: up to 60cm (24″). Spread: 20cm (8″).

This mix comprises of: Field Poppy, Corn Marigold, Cornflower, Corn Cockle, Common Knapweed, Red Campion, Ox-Eye Daisy, Meadow Buttercup, Lady’s Bedstraw, White Campion, Yarrow, Grasses: Browntop Bent, Strong Creeping Red Fescue, Crested Dogstail, Meadow Fescue, Sheeps Fescue.

Net weight of box: 200g, including 15g seeds and 185g of vermiculite as a ‘carrier’ to help ensure the seed is distributed evenly when sowing.

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Sowing

Scatter packs can be sown directly from the box to your garden soil, without the need pot potting on. Shake well before opening. Direct sow from March to June for flowering in the same year, or September to November for flowering in the following spring and early summer. Prepare the soil in full sun or semi shade, on fertile, well-drained soil. The soil should be dug over and raked to a fine tilth, removing large stones and weeds. Sow seeds by scattering them across the prepared area at a rate of 25-30g per m2 (around 8 tablespoons). Water the ground immediately after sowing and regularly thereafter, until the seed have germinated and young plants are well established.

Sowing

Scatter packs can be sown directly from the box to your garden soil, without the need pot potting on. Shake well before opening.

Direct sow from March to June for flowering in the same year, or September to November for flowering in the following spring and early summer.

Prepare the soil in full sun or semi shade, on fertile, well-drained soil. The soil should be dug over and raked to a fine tilth, removing large stones and weeds.

Sow seeds by scattering them across the prepared area at a rate of 25-30g per m2 (around 8 tablespoons).

Water the ground immediately after sowing and regularly thereafter, until the seed have germinated and young plants are well established.